A young Latin American woman, in her desire to serve God, trains at missionary school, learning how to take Jesus to the poor people of her country.
Finally, after years of training, she is ready to be sent out as a missionary. She joins the landless people, walking with them in their march for justice, laughing with them when they are joyful, crying with them in times of sadness.
"I was trained to take Jesus to the people, to share Jesus with them, to be Jesus to them," she told me.
"But that's not how it worked," she continued. "Jesus was already there. I found Jesus among them. The poor people were Jesus to me."